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Top 2019 news stories in Terrace

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JANUARY Pacific Northern Gas (PNG) customers paid less for gas in 2018 with the forecast of paying less again in 2019 compared to previous years. A 1.3 per cent drop in 2018 from 2017 and a further 1.4 per cent decline in 2019, mostly from reductions n the cost of …

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Harry and Meghan resigning Act 5 *MNHQ edited title*

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CurlyWurlyTwirly Wed 15-Jan-20 09:41:35 Previous thread I’m not the original OP of the series. That credit must go to @TheMustressMhorI just stepped in when the last thread filled up with no replacement There is still an appetite for discussion / gossip depending on your POV.I asked for MN to put …

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Minister Announces Queen’s Counsel Appointments

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Press Release January 15, 2020 The Honourable Andrew Parsons, Minister of Justice and Public Safety is pleased to announce the province’s newest appointments to the Queen’s Counsel by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. The honourary title of Queen’s Counsel recognizes senior lawyers for exceptional merit and contribution to the legal …

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Minister Announces Queen’s Counsel Appointments

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January 15, 2020 The Honourable Andrew Parsons, Minister of Justice and Public Safety is pleased to announce the province’s newest appointments to the Queen’s Counsel by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. The honourary title of Queen’s Counsel recognizes senior lawyers for exceptional merit and contribution to the legal profession. These …

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Social Sharing

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A pipeline at the centre of a conflict between hereditary chiefs and a natural gas company in northern British Columbia is creating jobs for Indigenous people and lifting communities from poverty, says an elected chief of a band that supports the project. Supporters of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, who oppose …

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